The system was alive and buzzing, electrical currents ran wild through the grid as the city sprung to life. This was Metropol, a place in which life was fast and the people lived at a pace not meant to last. Each day they whizzed between hotspots, dashed between meetings and raced between towerblocks. It were as if they were living with their eyes closed, all that lay before them was an empty screen in which a world beyond the glass fuzzed and flickered with a hypnotic haze.
Josh Scott appears on a new split EP from Manchester based party turned record label, Left, Right & Centre. Intelligent electronics on a release which is bound to do well.
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